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Lungu Meets Vedanta Chair Over Disputed KCM Liquidation

President Edgar Lungu has met with Vedanta Resources chairman Anil Argawal at the request of the investor.

The two parties met with the bid to explore possibilities of ending the running dispute that has ended in the liquidation process of Konkola Copper Mines.

“The president stated that the position the government has taken has the support of the people of Zambia, and the meeting will not affect the ongoing liquidation process,” said President Lungu in a statement issued by his press aide Isaac Chipampe.

 

6 Comments

  1. JUNGO UNCHAINED

    MENTAIN THAT SAME STANCE 4 ONCE & 4 SURE NO NEED 4 DROW BACK,COZ ITS 4 THE PIPO BY THE PIPO & ZAMBIA AT LARGE NOT VENDATTA

  2. muntungwa

    There is no room for talking. Just proceed and chase away Vedanta.

  3. Idiocy Detector

    Us when we want to meet you, mwakaka tumawaya, when someone foolish comes, you meet him, does being visionless mean visualizing colour?

  4. Taserface

    People of chingola are suffering
    Please Mr president solve the remaining issue and bring new investors and give miner’s their money

  5. Former mines supplier

    Bad strategy by Agarwal which only gave pleasure to see the humiliating supplication.

  6. Dude

    If KCM was really making a loss, why even consider talks. You could see that KCM were not making loses as they allegedly claimed. Critics can you see now? Any if at all you have eyes!!!!!

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